In the judgment dated 5 November 2015 , the Constitutional Court ruled that the principle of primacy of EU law is compulsory under European Community law when in conflict with domestic law.
The Supreme Court judgment of 21 October 2015 accepted the admission of the accumulation of actions brought by several bank customers.
According to information from the press of 12 October 2015 , two of every three euros paid to the Traffic Office due to traffic offences on the roads of the Community of Madrid, comes first for speeding, second for talking on hands-free mobile phone, followed by not wearing seatbelts and breathealyser or having used drugs.
These week news have referred to the condemn to a two and a half years prison for a person accused of a crime of disclosure of secrets with the aggravating circumstance of kinship. The accused had spied her wife (ex wife) mobile phone to gather evidence of her affair in order to bring it to a divorce proceeding. The judgment issued by Criminal Court 4 of Girona. Currently, (October 2015) the decision is appealed.
On the 2nd October 2015 the Law Ley 39/2015, of 1st October of Common Administrative Proceeding of the Administrations was published in the Official Bulletin.
Entry into force: it will be in vigor one year after publication in the Official State Gazette. Nevertheless, in some aspects (in general, all related to the electronic registry) it will come into vigor two years after the Law entry into force.
Purpose of the Law: it regulates the external relations between the Administration and citizens. The law pretends to implant a totally electronic Public Administration, interconnected and transparent, in order to speed the administrative proceedings, reducing processing time and resolution of the same.
Supreme Court judgment of 9 September 2015 ruled that the discrepancies of the parents in relation to the joint custody cannot exclude it. According to the resolution, the psychosocial report, although important, must be analyzed from the legal point of view. This way the Supreme Court revokes the High Court of Guipuzcoa judgment that had given the custody of the three children to the mother.
The European Court ruled on 3rd September 2015 that a professional natural person (lawyer in this case) acting outside his trade, business or profession who signs a loan with bank without stating the destiny of the funds, can be categorized as “consumer” to the effects of Council Directive 93/13, if such contract is not linked to the professional activity. This way, being considered “consumer” is not linked to abusive clauses.